By Harvey Byrne

West Brom have decided against offering a deal to Tyrell Robinson after he joined on a trial from Arsenal, according to a report.

The Birmingham Mail claims that the Baggies were not impressed enough to offer the 18-year-old a contract, despite saying he worked hard and acquitted himself well.

Robinson scored in West Brom’s 2-1 Premier League 2 victory over Fulham in August, and he also started the match against Wolves five days later, but his side lost 3-1.

It is understood that the Midlands side have not been wowed by the young Arsenal attacker and have decided not to make his move a permanent one.

The Daily Mail claimed that West Ham were close to completing a deal for Robinson earlier in the summer, but it is understood that he has now returned to Arsenal rather than embarking on another trial.

The youngster progressed through the Gunners academy system and signed his first professional contract in January 2015.

The quick winger has not made a first team appearance yet, but he did feature extensively for the Under-21 side where he made 25 appearances across all competitions last season.

Robinson has trained with the Arsenal senior team and was part of the side that narrowly missed out on a place in the Youth Cup final during the 2015-16 season when they lost 4-3 against Manchester City in the semi-final.

In other Arsenal transfer news, Tottenham have made contact over the possibility of former Gunners forward Emmanuel Adebayor returning to White Hart Lane.